Elaine Keller-Duemig, CNM
Elaine joined Central Park Midwifery in 2013. Before joining CPM, Elaine worked with a physician in a busy private practice in New Jersey and attended births at Holy Name Medical Center.
Becoming a midwife was Elaine's dream for many years. During her journey, she earned a bachelor's degree in Women's Studies and a certificate in LGBT studies from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Having never lived anywhere outside of Wisconsin, Elaine chose to move across the country to Connecticut to earn her nursing degree at Quinnipiac University. After working as a labor and delivery nurse, she followed her dream of becoming a midwife and moved to New York to attend Columbia University to earn her midwifery degree while also working as a nurse. Elaine even worked at Mt Sinai West as a nurse and she always wanted to return as a midwife. Elaine favors the continuity and close relationships that develop with women and their families while working in a private practice setting.
Elaine lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Fred, and their two cats, Penny and Harry.
Jo Zasloff, CNM
Jo started working in the office and attending deliveries for Central Park Midwifery in 2015. At CPM, she hopes to create a space where all women are supported by a team who believe in a woman's power and ability to birth naturally.
Jo holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a master’s degrees in Midwifery from Columbia University School of Nursing. She began her career as a midwife at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City in 2008. She has also worked at two very busy private practices in Brooklyn and Manhattan. In Brooklyn she attended many deliveries and cared for women of all ages and religions. In Manhattan she focused on Holistic Gynecology, Family Planning and Sexual Health Education. Before becoming a nurse midwife, Jo worked as a Sexual Health advocate for sex workers in the Mission District of San Francisco. She also spent time learning and training with midwives and herbalists in Ghana and India. Jo is currently working towards her Herbal Medicine for Women certification.
Jo lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.
Chloë Lubell, CNM
Chloë started working at Central Park Midwifery in the summer of 2017 after leaving a bustling practice at Bellevue Hospital in NYC. She is passionate about providing specialized Midwifery care to people of all genders, races, and economic backgrounds.
Chloë graduated from Hampshire College with a focus on doulas, medical provider burn-out, and pregnancy care in the United States. She received her Midwifery degree from Yale School of Nursing, and moved to New York City in 2014 to start working at Bellevue Hospital. During her time there, Chloë completed a certificate course in Midwifery Model Preconception, Fertility, and Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) care for Queer and Trans communities. Following her training, she provided fertility support and IUIs through a small private practice in Brooklyn and her own blog.
Chloë lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Antone, and her menagerie: Icarus and Couscous the cats and Rü the puppy.
Our Medical Receptionist
Chantelle has been working with Central Park Midwifery since January 2018. At CPM she is always available to help with scheduling appointments and administrative needs.
Chantelle has been working in the medical field since 2014 in various settings. She graduated from Borough of Manhattan Community College with a degree in liberal arts and will continue to pursue her dream to become a nurse.
Chantelle is very family oriented and the youngest of five children. Children bring her great joy and she has been blessed to help many nieces and nephews grow into kind and loving adults.
Chantelle was born and raised in the Washington Heights where she lives with her parents and brother and pup, Keanu.
Georgia Rose, CNM
Central Park Midwifery was started by Georgia Rose. She was in private practice for 14 years and attended over 1600 deliveries. Georgia was always amazed and in awe of the wisdom of birth and the power of women. "Each woman has an innate knowledge of how she will give birth because she comes from a long line of successful mothers." Georgia wanted to help each woman discover her own wisdom and to encourage and support her unique journey to a positive and joyful birth experience.
In 2013, Georgia decided to expand the practice and prepare for her upcoming retirement. Elaine joined Georgia in December 2013. In January 2015, when Georgia officially retired, Jo partnered with Elaine to takeover Central Park Midwifery. Together they hope to continue to carry on Georgia's legacy and wisdom.